Track Your Fitness with the Jaybird Reign

Last Updated on March 23, 2021 | Written by Daniel Peters

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We all want to be fit and healthy, but do we all work for it? Do you spend even a minute of your time in the gym? Or make an effort to eat healthily? Do you like to go on a power walk or run early in the morning? Because these are the things that you need to do to be fit truly. Yet, not all of us have the stomach for them—those who do also need to track how their fitness regime is going. And to do that, they have various tools and trackers, whether it’s in their phones or their watches, or a sole fitness gadget dedicated to monitoring them day and night. One such gadget is the Jaybird Regin.

Jaybird Reign was an activity tracker developed by Jaybird. A consumer electronics company, Jaybird is owned by Logitech and is based in Salt Lake City, Utah. The company was founded in 2006 by Judd Armstrong to design and manufacture headphones and wearable activity trackers. Famous for its wireless Bluetooth sports headphones, Jaybird released the Jaybird Reign in 2014 to provide its loyal customers with a new gadget for their active lifestyles.

The Jaybird Reign, upon its release, got mixed reviews from the users. While most users were happy with the gadget’s ability to track their heart rate variability and use it to determine the optimal time for them to exercise, others were not too pleased with the mobile application that accompanied it. Perhaps, it was due to this application that Jaybird discontinued their Jaybird Reign and pulled the apps from all mobile stores. However, those who still have the gadget can download the app from third-party sources, particularly Android phones. If you are one such user, you can download the app from and see for yourself if the reviews truly do it justice.

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Representing the most up-to-date tech, Daniel Peters is one of our tech reviewers and writers right here on Techriation. Born and raised on the south side of the San Francisco Bay Area, Dan has been involved in tech start-ups for the last 9 years. With the experience built through studying the latest worldwide trends, Dan’s talent covers all things to do with gadgets and computing offering some of the most in-depth insights in the technology community.